Tag Archives: Christoph Waltz

Alita: Battle Angel (2019) Review

VISUALLY ENTERTAINING, BUT INCOMPLETE   Over the past thirty years, the stylish cartoon tales of Japanese anime has all been a popular genre for many; findings this animated realm appealing with its variety of stories to tell. Given the plethora of different styles of anime (ranging from feature films to TV series), it comes as no surprise that Hollywood has

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The Legend of Tarzan Review

NOT QUITE THE RETURN OF THE KING   Tarzan. Every knows the name. Over the years, the premise for Tarzan has been iconic as the name itself; a feral child that’s raised in the jungles of Africa by the Mangani Apes, who then later joins civilization, but only to be rejected by society and returns to the native jungle homeland

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Spectre Review

THE SPECTERS OF SPECTRE   The man (James Bond), the myth (Bond), and the icon (007). Such are the names that come to mind when speaking about Ian Fleming’s most notorious spy super sleuth: James Bond. Moreover, the Hollywood feature films of Fleming’s character of Bond have become more iconic, spanning over 53 years with several different actors stepping into

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